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May 3, 2011

Make Video Calls Using Android Gadget Through Google Talk

Google in the coming future is introducing voice and video chat for Android smartphones and tablets.
This was mentioned in a report published in the official blog of the company.

Functions of voice and video chat come with the mobile application Google Talk. Thus, the owners of android smartphones will be able to talk among themselves and even with users who have the respective GTalk client integrated in their Gmail account on PC computers.
One can make these calls using 3G and 4G networks, and over Wi-Fi wireless networks. In order to make the video call, it would just be enough to click the video camera icon, located on the right side of the screen next to Google Talk username.
The first customers that will get the updated version of Google Talk client will be the owners of smartphones Samsung Nexus S in the coming few weeks. For this, they will need to upgrade the OS to Android 2.3.4.
Over time, owners of other smartphones running Android 2.3 and above will be able to install this app. However, the exact date of release of this application has not been informed.
Google is launching its own mobile video chat service after Apple. Manufacturer of iPhone introduced a similar service called FaceTime in June 2010. Using this technology, owners of handheld Apple iOS devices can communicate among themselves and with Mac users.

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